Contentful

Con`tent´ful


a.1.Full of content.
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view that it is possible to derive contentful, normatively binding
A major agenda item of the more radical embodied and enactivist approaches to mind has been to establish that not all or even most of our goal-directed everyday activities depend on contentful mental representations at any level or in any fashion (see Anthony Chemero; Hutto and Myin, Radicalizing Enactivism; Thompson).
Soundcloud, Babbel, and fellow Balderton portfolio companies Contentful, Dalia, Dubsmash and Wooga are testament to the German capitals tech credentials.
He believes that GX Software, Brightspot, and Contentful are firms that will shine brightly in 2017.
It may be that all contents feel the same, as contentful utterances, or that there are distinctive cognitive phenomenal characters associated with different contents (Pitt 2004) or attitudes (Jorba forthcoming).
The notion of a presentation is given a positive explication, which identifies its characteristic features, accounts for several of its substantive psychological roles, and systematically locates it in a threefold division among types of contentful states.
Fictional characters do not come into existence through the making of contentful representations, for the simple reason that they are these representations.
Lexicalization is the change whereby in certain linguistic contexts speakers use a syntactic construction or word formation as a new contentful form with formal and semantic properties that are not completely derivable or predictable from the constituents of the construction or the word formation pattern.
Machery tells us that "By 'knowledge', psychologists mean any contentful state that can be used in cognitive processes" (8).
79) At least in our Western tradition, this reasoning game plays a principal role in the multiplicity of language games: "The fundamental sort of move in the game of giving and asking for reasons is making a claim--producing a performance that is propositionally contentful, in that it can be the offering of a reason, and reasons can be demanded for it.
The two contentive categories in (14) are in an appositional relation: the verb-headed configuration provides an identificatory description of the otherwise minimally contentful noun.
Awareness of the structure of Capital the work is needed for developing contentful theory, not just as a formal or meta-theoretical exercise, but for what the structure of Capital tells us about the structure of capital.